You can prepare any type of messages. They can be purely emotional or practical, depending on what is important to you and your family. Here are some examples:


1 - Practical things:

"Luke, I am your father” 

"Honey, last January I lent €15,000 to Joe. I didn't tell you because I knew it would make you worried and upset. Now might be a good time to do it. Make sure he remembers that he has to give you your money back."

"Martin, there's a yellow USB stick inside the left pocket of your wedding suit in our basement. That flash drive has documents with information I want you to have access to. The password for access is "Kjhgfryt53_jsGGt4#72".

"There's a box full of money buried under the oak tree we have in the garden."


2-  Information to access Online Services:

You can lists all your digital accounts, leaving specific instructions on what you want to do with each one.

Passwords for computers, smartphones, servers, routers and other equipment.

Access data to email accounts, DNS domain registrars and sales websites that you have.

Social Media accounts such as Facebook, Twitter, Google Plus, LinkedIn, Tumblr, Pinterest, Reddit, etc.

Access credentials to your online businesses such as eBay, Etsy, Fiverr, Amazon, gambling sites, online broker accounts, blogs, etc.

Access credentials to your PayPal accounts, cryptocurrency wallets and other financial transaction systems where you may have unclaimed money.

Access credentials to websites where you have uploaded photos, videos and other documents, such as Google Photos, Flickr, Picasa, Instagram, YouTube, Vimeo, etc..

Access credentials to websites or applications where you store music, movies, e-books, etc.

Access credentials to any website where you have registered your credit card information, such as shops or online services.


3 - Information on active subscriptions

Some online services require a monthly subscription by direct debit, credit card, PayPal account or other automatic means.

Some examples: Spotify, Netflix, iTunes, Domain Registrars, Web Hosting, etc.


4 - Banking Information.

Information about your bank accounts is the kind of critical information you want to leave your family.

Credentials for accessing your online accounts.

Bank safe deposit boxes, and their location.

An inventory of all your current and savings accounts, credit cards, retirement accounts and other investments, consumer loans, mortgage loans and insurance (life, health, disability, automobile, tenant, owner, etc.).


5 - Life Insurance Information.

What life insurances do you have? Make a list of all your insurance policies and store them with us.

Did you know that most gold and platinum credit cards have associated life insurance? Take an inventory of all the credit cards you have and carefully review their terms.

Most bank loans are associated with life insurance, too. Make a list of your loans and associated insurance policies.

6 - Research and other work in progress

Books in progress, Scientific Research, Music, Business Ideas...


7 - Special messages.

You could find yourself in a dangerous situation without anyone knowing about it. Because you don't want to involve other people, either out of fear, shame or simply because you don't want to share. In these cases, you can create a Timed Message. This message will be sent at the date and time you set if you do not cancel the delivery in the meantime.

Examples: going out on a blind date you scheduled on Tinder; an investigative journalist who has been threatened, whistleblower, etc...